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Stetson University 

Undergraduate Commencement 

Saturday, May 8, 2010 ~ 10:00 a.m. 



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Edmunds Center 
DeLand, Florida 



Digitized by the Internet Archive 

in 2011 with funding from 

Lyrasis Members and Sloan Foundation 



http://www.archive.org/details/stetsonuniversit2010unse 



SPRING 2010 
COMMENCEMENT PROGRAM 



President Wendy B. Libby, Presiding 

University Mace Bearer ~ Professor Dwaine Cochran 

University Marshals ~ Associate Professor Carolyn Nicholson, Associate Deans Toni Blum and Noel Painter, and 

Senior Vice President James R. Beasley '67, '68 

Gonfaloniers ~ Amanda Price, B.A., B.S.; Gregory Mullins, B.B.A.; Peter G. Haynicz, B.M.E. 

Announcer ~ William Phillips '05, Web/Digital Communications Coordinator 



PROCESSIONAL 



Gloria in Excelsis Deo 

Pomp and Circumstance 

O Beaca Trinitas 

Stetson University Brass Ensemble 
David Schmidt, Director 



Jacob Handl 
Edward Elgar 
Jacob Handl 



INVOCATION 



Michael R. Fronk '74 
University Chaplain 



WELCOME 



Wendy B. Libby 
President 



GREETINGS FROM THE BOARD OF TRUSTEES 



Harlan L. Paul '76 
Chair Elect, Board of Trustees 



LITANY FOR THE STETSON UNIVERSITY COMMUNITY Leonard L. Nance 

Dean of First Year Studies, Associate Professor of Sociology and University Advisor on Diversity Issues 

Leader: Stetson University students, faculty, staff, families, and friends, 

We come together to celebrate and reaffirm our commitment to each other and to Stetson University, 
and to proclaim ourselves as active members of a loving and inclusive community. 

Together: We strive to transform life for the welfare of all. 

Leader: We celebrate and reaffirm our commitment to excellence in education as learners and teachers, 

and to our religious heritage, which inspires us to center our lives on the quest for meaning and truth. 

Together: We strive to transform life for the welfare of all. 

Leader: We celebrate and reaffirm our commitment to integrate education and action, scholarship and social responsibility, 
for the purpose of promoting justice on our campus, in our nation, and throughout the world. 

Together: We affirm our quest for knowledge and our commitment to transform life for the welfare of all. 



SENIOR ADDRESSES 



Erica M. Saviuk '10 

Ashley N. Perryman '10 

Robert A. Pace '10 



AWARDS AND RECOGNITIONS 



Elizabeth L. Paul 
Provost and Vice President tor Academic Affairs 



PageI 



CHARGE TO THE GRADUATING CLASS 



Wendy B. Libby 



CONFERRING OF BACCALAUREATE DEGREES 

Undergraduate degree candidates presented by: 

Elizabeth L. Paul, Provost and Vice President for Academic Affairs 
Grady W. Ballenger, Dean, College of Arts & Sciences 
Stuart E. Michelson, Dean, School of Business Administration 
Jean O. West, Dean, School of Music 



Wendy B. Libby 



INSTALLATION OF NEW ALUMNI 



ALMA MATER 



Christina D. Parson '10 



Luis Prats '78, '81 
Trustee and Past Alumni Association President 

Flemming/Hulley 



Dear Alma Mater, smile upon thy children, 

Gladly we greet thee, altogether lovely! 

Peace be within thy classic halls and temples. 

Hail, Alma Mater dear! 

Dear Alma Mater, tenderly thy children 

Gather and bring to thee gracious salutations. 

Comrades, your voices lift once again in chorus; 

Hail, Alma Mater dear! 



BENEDICTION 



Michael R. Fronk 



RECESSIONAL 



Pavane Battcdlle 



Theilman Susato 



The audience is asked to stand during the Processional and the Recessional. 

During the Recessional, please remain at your seat until all graduates have reached the exit. 

Graduates may be greeted on Rinker Field, across the street from the Edmunds Center. 

A quiet room is available in the Edmunds Center for families with small children. Please ask an usher for directions. 

Please silence cell phones and refrain from using them during the ceremony. 

Members of the Brass Ensemble: 

Brianna Curley, Michael Genslinger, Xavier Gonzalez, Corey Jones, Andrea Kennard, 

Rodney Maingrette, Seth Martinez, Robyn McClure, Andrew Merideth, Andrew Rainwater, 

Carl Shafer, Brandon Slone, Sabrina Terry and Hernan Troncoso 

Special thanks to Stetson Athletics for providing, free of charge, live streaming video and audio 

of our commencement to those wishing to view the ceremony via the Internet. 

For more information, please visit www.gohatters.com. 

This program contains the most accurate graduation information available at press time. 
The appearance of a name here is presumptive of graduation but not conclusive. 



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COMMENCEMENT SPEAKERS 

ERICA M. SAVIUK 

The student commencement speaker representing the College of Arts & 
Sciences is Erica Saviuk of Port Orange, Fla., who is earning a Bachelor of Arts 
in Communication Studies, with a minor in Journalism. Saviuk's outstanding 
senior research was titled, "Lending Support on Group Loop: A Qualitative 
Analysis of Message Board Posts and Responses on a Web Site for Teens with 
Cancer." She worked in Stetson's Residential Life Department for three years, 
spending the past two years as Head Resident for Gordis Hall. Her program, "Safe 
Sex and the City," won "Best Educational Hall Program of the Year" in 2009. She 
plans to pursue a career in Residential Life, hopefully at a college or university in 
the northeastern United States. She also served as secretary of the Student 
Government Association in 2007-08 and worked as chief copy editor of The 
Reporter, Stetson's student newspaper, in 2006-07. She was a recipient of the 
Stetson Presidential Scholarship all four years at Stetson. 

ASHLEY N. PERRYMAN 

Business Management and Family Business double-major Ashley Perryman, who 
is also earning a minor in Marketing, is the student commencement speaker 
representing the School of Business Administration. A DeLand, Fla., resident, 
Perryman is a member of Alpha Xi Delta (positions served include Philanthropy 
Week chair, vice president public relations and alumni relations chair), Omicron 
Delta Kappa, and the Order of Omega (vice president recruitment, vice president 
programming and coordinator of Greek Week). Last fall, she was part of the 
Greenfeather committee. She served on the Management Program Quality 
Enhancement Committee. She is an active participant with Relay for Life, 
serving as publicity chair, team captain for the Order of Omega Team and closing 
ceremony coordinator in 2010. She was selected for the 2010 Homecoming 
Court and was named Pi Beta Phi's "Unsung Hero" this year for her dedication to 
Greek life and the advancement of her chapter. Perryman is also this year's 
Female Philanthropist of the Year, which is awarded to a Greek woman who has 
dedicated herself to philanthropic causes through her sorority and community. 
Perryman was named to the Dean's List for four semesters at Stetson and earned 
the Promise, Hatter Award and Citizenship Award scholarships. Off campus, she 
has done extensive volunteer work through New Horizon Service Dogs and Faith 
at Work, where she coordinated two food drives. Upon graduation, she plans to 
attend graduate school to earn an M.B.A. and then a Ph.D. in Business 
Management. 

ROBERT A. PACE 

Robert "Bobby" Pace of St. Petersburg, Fla., is the student commencement 
speaker representing the School of Music. A talented pianist and student of 
Music Professor Dr. Michael Rickman, Pace is graduating with a Bachelor of 
Music in Piano Performance. At Stetson, he has been a member of Phi Mu 
Alpha Sinfonia, the men's music fraternity, and its president in 2009. He is on 
the Student Advisory Committee for the School of Music, serving as Keyboard 
Representative from 2007 to 2010. He sings baritone in the Concert Choir, and 
last spring, he was inducted into the music national honor society Pi Kappa 
Lambda. He often accompanies his classmates in lessons and performances. Last 
summer, Pace was apprentice pianist for the V.O.I.CExperience program, under 
the leadership of Artistic Director Sherrill Milnes. In addition to recitals and 
performances at Stetson, he participated in the Schlern International Music 
Festival, Voels am Schlern, Italy, in the summer of 2008. He is the recipient ot 
the Florida Bright Futures Scholarship, the Stetson Talent Scholarship, and was 
first-prize winner in the 2008 Wednesday Music Club ot Central Florida 
Scholarship Competition. Upon graduation, Pace will be attending graduate 
school in Collaborative Piano and Music Theory at The Florida State University. 

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MAY 8, 2010 
CANDIDATES FOR DEGREES 



Florencia Ahelenda 
Miami, Florida 
Sociology 

Julie Katherine Antos 
Winter Springs, Florida 
Communication Studies 

Breanna Fay Atkinson 
Bradenton, Florida 

Elementary Education 

Paul Gregory Atkinson IV 
Jensen Beach, Florida 
Political Science 

Julienne Christine Aubrey 
DeLand, Florida 

Elementary Education 

Vilmarie Baez 

Pembroke Pines, Florida 
Psychology 

Eralda Ballolli 

St. Petersburg, Florida 
English 
History 

Wykimia Nakishia Battle 
Sebring, Florida 
Psychology 

Anna Elise Becker 
McLean, Illinois 

Communication Studies 

Heather Lynn Berg 
Fort Myers, Florida 
English 

Ellen Betances 

Altamonte Springs, Florida 
Humanities 



BACHELOR OF ARTS 

Hogan Thomas Birney 
DeLand, Florida 
Art 
Digital Arts - Art Track 

Lindsey Marie Bishop 
Pembroke Pines, Florida 
Sport Management 

Alexandra de Valengin Bosee 
Darien, Connecticut 
Psychology 

Katherine Grace Breller 
Orlando, Florida 
Psychology 

Lauren Ashley Bryan 
Valparaiso, Indiana 
Spanish 

Hannah Suzanne Chapman 
Umatilla, Florida 
Russian Studies 
Political Science 

Kelsey Elizabeth Clews 

Ponte Vedra Beach, Florida 
French 
Psychology 

Sarah Elizabeth Coleman 
Bangor, Maine 
Philosophy 
Political Science 

Cassandra Smith Corbyons 
DeLand, Florida 

International Studies 
Political Science 

Audrey Anna Coyne 
Winter Park, Florida 

Communication Studies 



Aaron Brice Crittenden 
Fort Myers, Florida 
History 

Meghon Ruth Crossley 
Jacksonville, Florida 
Elementary Education 

* William Spencer Deck 

Palm Beach Gardens, Florida 
English 

Michelle Lynn Demko 

Center, Colorado 

Psychology 

Stephanie Ashley D'Ercole 
Lake Mary, Florida 
Art 

Amanda Michelle Desormeaux 
DeLand, Florida 

Environmental Science 

Lina Marie DeWolf 
Cocoa, Florida 

Communication Studies 

*Melanie Ann Diaz 
Oviedo, Florida 

Sport Management 

* Lauren Jean Donovan 

DeLand, Florida 
Psychology 

Meredith Lindsay Downs 
Palm Coast, Florida 
Psychology 

Elizabeth Ara Draper 
Naples, Florida 

International Studies 
Spanish 



Page 4 



: ]uly Candidate 



BACHELOR OF ARTS Continued 



Marjorie Pearson Duncan 
DeLand, Florida 
Religious Studies 



Jaime Michelle Haugh 
Fort Myers, Florida 
Humanities 



Reatha LaVena Johnson 
Orlando, Florida 

Digital Arts - Sound Track 



Brielle Lee Dunne 
Weston, Florida 

Digital Arts- Art Track 

Robert Blaine Echevarria 
Deltona, Florida 
Religious Studies 

Karen Elizabeth Edwards 
Jacksonville, Florida 
Psychology 

Anastasia Nicole Finch 
Pearl River, New York 
Psychology 

Stephaine Lyne Fuentes 
North Fort Myers, Florida 
Psychology 

Emily Kathryn Funk 

Millersville, Pennsylvania 
Spanish 

Christopher William Gebhardt 
Edgewater, Florida 
American Studies 
English 

Marissa Rose Gore 

DeLeon Springs, Florida 
Psychology 

Katherine Anne Hager 
Boca Raton, Florida 
German 
Religious Studies 

Rebecca Joan Hallum 
DeLand, Florida 
Political Science 
Psychology 

* Christine Mark'el Hann 
DeLand, Florida 
English 



Alexandra Veronica Hernandez 
Sacramento, California 
Political Science 
Spanish 

Yaitza Enid Hernandez 

Altamonte Springs, Florida 
Elementary Education 

Jessica Michelle Hodal 
DeLand, Florida 
German 

Robert David James Hodge 

Torquay, Devon, United Kingdom 
Sport Management 

Sarah Nicole Holland 
Sanford, Florida 

Communication Studies 

Max Johann Holzbaur 
Bradenton, Florida 
Political Science 

*James Sanford Hoy 

Stone Harbor, New Jersey 
English 

Tung Thanh Huynh 

Ho Chi Minh City, Vietnam 
Environmental Science 

Christopher Anthony Indelicato 
Port Orange, Florida 
Political Science 

Danielle Rae Jackson 
Seminole, Florida 
Sport Management 

Christie Ellen Johnson 
Sebastian, Florida 
Sport Management 



Amy Christine Joyce 
Lake Mary, Florida 
Psychology 

Melissa Courtney Kaika 
Marlborough, Connecticut 
Elementary Education 

*Mara Ilianna Kallich 
Port St. Lucie, Florida 
English 

Kiryssa Marie Kasprzyk 
Seminole, Florida 
Political Science 

Melissa Ann Kearney 
Deltona, Florida 
English 

Katelyn Marie Keller 
Daytona Beach, Florida 
Sociology 

Terence Preston Keyes 
Jacksonville, Florida 
English 

Laura Allison King 
Jacksonville, Florida 

Communication Studies 

Michael Leonard King 
Oviedo, Florida 
Political Science 

Adam Robert Langston 
Tampa, Florida 

Communication Studies 

Colin Robert Leske 

Nantucket, Massachusetts 
Environmental Science 



r.Mn s 



*July Candidate 



BACHELOR OF ARTS Continued 



Sarah Beth Lesmeister 
Satellite Beach, Florida 
Elementary Education 

Leven Drew Lord III 
Shalimar, Florida 
Sport Management 

Kristen Ann Lorensen 

Charleston, West Virginia 
Art 

Laura Elizabeth Loveday 
Goshen, Connecticut 

Communication Studies 

Mark Douglas Lowry 
Port Orange, Florida 
Psychology 
Russian Studies 

Clayton Duane Luce 
Port St. Lucie, Florida 
French 

Joseph Patrick Lynch 

Centerville, Massachusetts 
Communication Studies 

Dana Marie Maira 
Wellington, Florida 

Environmental Science 

Javier Angel Martinez 
Eustis, Florida 
English 

Kyle Rollin Maulbetsch 
Jacksonville, Florida 
History 

Alison Sara Briggs Milardo 
Middlefield, Connecticut 
Elementary Education 

Ariel Diane Moir 
Deltona, Florida 
Psychology 

Sarai Dawn Moore 

Daytona Beach, Florida 
Music 



* Anthony James Mucci 

DeLand, Florida 
Political Science 

Colleen Anne Mulholland 
Clermont, Florida 

Latin American Studies 
Political Science 

* Diana Carol Muniz 

Longwood, Florida 
Political Science 

Holly Nicole Myers 
Palm Bay, Florida 

Communication Studies 
French 

Risa Namiki 

Washington, District of Columbia 
Psychology 

Ryan Lee Napier 
Plant City, Florida 
English 

Katherine Anne Nowicki 
Jacksonville, Florida 
Elementary Education 

Sheldon Maurice Oliver 
Orlando, Florida 
Sport Management 

Ryan Anders Olsen 
Fort Myers, Florida 
Sport Management 

Kathleen Ann Orlik 
Palm City, Florida 

Communication Studies 

Katrina Niccole Orta 
Eustis, Florida 

Digital Arts - Art Track 

Katherine Grace Pagano 
Merritt Island, Florida 
Sociology 



Mia Louise Pagano 
Deltona, Florida 
Psychology 

Daniella Maria Palmiotto 
Boca Raton, Florida 
Political Science 

Timothy Joel Patz 
Umatilla, Florida 
Art 

Jessica Michelle Pauszek 
Deltona, Florida 
English 
French 

Christina Marie Perez 
Dunedin, Florida 

Environmental Science 

Jessie Perry 

DeLeon Springs, Florida 
English 
Religious Studies 

Aja Charell Peterson 
Tallahassee, Florida 

Communication Studies 

Taylor Lee Phillips 
Palm Coast, Florida 
Political Science 

Daniel Joseph Pittle 
Orlando, Florida 

Digital Arts - Sound Track 

Amanda Joy Price 
DeLand, Florida 
Psychology 

Eric Scott Prine 

Port Orange, Florida 
Art 

Natasha Dionne Ramos 
Miami, Florida 
History 
International Studies 



Page 6 



* July Candidate 



BACHELOR OF ARTS Continued 



Thomas Francis Rebman 
Port Orange, Florida 
Elementary Education 

Kimberly Sarah Rick 
Lake Worth, Florida 

Communication Studies 



Danielle Renee Sefczek 
McGaheysville, Virginia 
Elementary Education 

Caitlin Marie Shea 
Florida Keys, Florida 
Elementary Education 



Kelly Anne Timmins 
Clermont, Florida 

Communication Studies 

Edina Rebecca Toth 
Winter Park, Florida 
Political Science 



Jason Allan Rickner 
North Port, Florida 
Political Science 
Russian Studies 

Jesse Robert Roaza 
Tallahassee, Florida 
Political Science 

Alexander Edward Robinson 
DeLand, Florida 
Art 
Digital Arts - Art Track 

Leslie Rowan Royal 

Southwest Ranches, Florida 
Communication Studies 

Carley Elizabeth Rudd 
Lovell, Maine 

Communication Studies 

Olivia Verdae Savage 
Sorrento, Florida 

Communication Studies 

Erica Marie Saviuk 
Port Orange, Florida 

Communication Studies 

Emily Renee Sawyer 

Jupiter, Florida 

English 

Sarah Ann Scherff 
Merritt Island, Florida 
English 

Stephanie Rose Scobell 
Ellicott City, Maryland 
English 



Ella Christine Shepherd 
DeLand, Florida 
Psychology 

Margaret Louise Sheridan 
Satsuma, Florida 
English 

Taylor Ann Sinclair 
Melbourne, Florida 
History 

Morgan Elizabeth Smith 
Deltona, Florida 

Elementary Education 

Steven Lewis Smith 
DeLand, Florida 
English 

Matthew Scott Solomon 
DeLand, Florida 
Political Science 

Anjelique Gavrielle Konstahcia 
Stevenson-Taylor 

Deltona Lakes, Florida 
Psychology 

Sonya C. Stewart 

East Hartford, Connecticut 
Humanities 

Joshua Colin Stutte 
Titusville, Florida 
Humanities 

Fang Fang Tai 
Deltona, Florida 
Psychology 



Jerilyn Marie Toubman 

Deltona, Florida 

Psychology 

Samantha Leigh Tracey 

Deltona, Florida 

Psychology 

Sarah June Tracey 
Deltona, Florida 
Psychology 

Kristina Elona Tulak 
Ormond Beach, Florida 
Spanish 

Kara Jayne Vander Heyden 
Naples, Florida 
History 
Political Science 

Morgane Valerie VanWaeyenberghe 
St. Augustine, Florida 
Communication Studies 

Elizabeth Clare Walch 
St. Petersburg, Florida 
Music 

Evan Wyatt Walker 
Port Orange, Florida 
English 

Maite Nkenge Wantwadi 
Winter Springs, Florida 
Political Science 

* Eric Reece Washington 
Jacksonville, Florida 

Communication Studies 



Page 7 



Juh Candidate 



BACHELOR OF ARTS Continued 



Natalie Gail Wearstler 
Middleburg, Florida 
English 



: Ayla Munisa Willingham 
Port Orange, Florida 
English 



Sommer Dey Wyant 
Fort Myers, Florida 

Communication Studies 



Savanna Jane Westwood 
Winter Garden, Florida 
Communication Studies 



* Carey Glendon Wilson 

Homosassa Springs, Florida 
Art 



Joanna Leigh Yeakel 

Atlantic Beach, Florida 
Communication Studies 



Faron Jason White 
Palatka, Florida 
German 



Lauren Walter Woodall 
Lake Mary, Florida 
English 



Zachary Steven Whiting 
Spirit Lake, Iowa 
Political Science 



*Bimini Lee Wright 

Cairns QLD, Australia 

Russian Studies 

Theatre Arts 



BACHELOR OF SCIENCE 



Arthur Washington Agdeppa 
Eustis, Florida 
Aquatic &. Marine Biology 



Meghna Kaur Chadda 
Port Orange, Florida 

Integrative Health Science 



Ashley Elizabeth Davies 
DeLand, Florida 

Integrative Health Science 



Hamidah Khalilah Ali 
Fairburn, Georgia 

Integrative Health Science 



John Parker Chapman 
Jacksonville, Florida 
Chemistry 



Jacqueline Ann Demko 
Center, Colorado 
Biology 



Alicia Marie Bainter 
Ormond Beach, Florida 
Biology 



Danene Alisa Charlton 
Jamaica, West Indies 
Biology 



Amanda Michelle Desormeaux 
DeLand, Florida 
Geography 



Andrea Mary Belanger 
Farmington, Maine 
Physics 



*Gabrielle Roxanne Chong 
Miramar, Florida 

Integrative Health Science 



Alvin Tracey deTorres 
Leesburg, Florida 
Molecular Biology 



Angela Leigh Benyon 
Wellington, Florida 
Psychology 



Jessica Lynn Clark 
Tampa, Florida 

Integrative Health Science 



Steven George Dudley 
Southampton, England 

Integrative Health Science 



Laura Alexandria Boyd 
LaCrescenta, California 
Rehabilitative Studies 



Matthew Donald dayman 
Fort Myers, Florida 
Biology 



Andrew Stephen Edgcomb 
Vero Beach, Florida 
Rehabilitative Studies 



Marina Sergeyevna Buryak 
St. Augustine, Florida 
Biochemistry 



Kimberly Marie Collier 
Louisville, Kentucky 

Integrative Health Science 



Ashley Elizabeth Feldman 
Parkland, Florida 
Psychology 



Misti Theresa Camelin 
Port Orange, Florida 
Biology 



Lauren Hailey Darnell 
Gainesville, Georgia 

Integrative Health Science 



John Daniel Hales III 
Live Oak, Florida 

Integrative Health Science 



PageS 



: July Candidate 



BACHELOR OF SCIENCE Continued 



*Sean Michael Hare 

Coral Springs, Florida 
Environmental Science 

Joshua Travis Hargrove 
Tallahassee, Florida 
Biology 

Jessica Michelle Hodal 

DeLand, Florida 

Geography 



Amanda Brooke Lindsey 
Byhalia, Mississippi 
Biology 

Jena Jill Marburger 
Dallas, Georgia 

Integrative Health Science 

Kayla Anne McKay 
Lisbon Falls, Maine 
Biology 



Jessica Lauren Prats 
St. Petersburg, Florida 

Integrative Health Science 

Amanda Joy Price 
DeLand, Florida 
Molecular Biology 

Michael Roy Quackenbush 
Lee, Florida 
Biology 



Timothy Alton Holifield 
Eustis, Florida 
Mathematics 
Physics 

Tung Thanh Huynh 

Ho Chi Minh City, Vietnam 
Geography 

Ashli Tomei Jackson 
Opelika, Alabama 

Integrative Health Science 

Kiryssa Marie Kasprzyk 
Seminole, Florida 

Environmental Science 

John Frederick Kelly 
Sarasota, Florida 

Integrative Health Science 

Nicholas Reece Kenyon 
Tucson, Arizona 
Molecular Biology 

Nicholas John Konstantinidis 
Arcadia, Florida 
Biology 

Cressey Heath Kramer 
Vero Beach, Florida 

Integrative Health Science 

Danielle Christine Leopold 
Keystone Heights, Florida 
Biology 



Ralph Anthony Milne 
Clermont, Florida 
Biology 

Brandi LaShae Montez 
Winter Park, Florida 
Psychology 

Ashley Colleen Morse 
Lake Worth, Florida 
Biology 

Afsha Muneer 

Palm Coast, Florida 

Integrative Health Science 

Augustina Oluwaseyi Oguntola 
Kissimmee, Florida 

Integrative Health Science 

Karly Jeanne Overmyer 
Longwood, Florida 

Integrative Health Science 

Robin Marie Pawlowski 
DeLand, Florida 
Biology 

Adriana Liane Pena-Ariet 
Jacksonville, Florida 
Biology 

Rodolfo Javier Pena-Ariet 
Jacksonville, Florida 
Biology 

Naomi Chaya Pernicone 
DeLeon Springs, Florida 
Chemistry 



Sean Edward Salmon 
Maitland, Florida 
Computer Science 

Rebecca Marie Schuyler 
Gulfport, Florida 
Psychology 

Erica Lynn Schwarz 
Sebastian, Florida 

Integrative Health Science 

Sarah Elizabeth Sears 
Ashburn, Virginia 
Biochemistry 

Donela Marie Shillingford 
St. Croix, Virgin Islands 
Biology 
Integrative Health Science 

Frank Rene Sidders 
Casselberry, Florida 

Integrative Health Science 

Ashli Rose Simone 

Melbourne Beach, Florida 
Chemistry 

Katherine Lee Smith 
Lake Wales, Florida 

Healthcare Administration 

David Joseph Jake Sneed 
Panama City Beach, Florida 
Integrative Health Science 

Anjum Iqbal Somji 
Lake Mary, Florida 
Biology 



Page 9 



* Juh Candidate 



BACHELOR OF SCIENCE Continued 



Amanda Rachelle Hlavka Steele 
Bradenton, Florida 

Rehabilitative Studies 

Shekeria Terika Stewart 
Oakland, Florida 
Biochemistry 

Jordan Lee Todd 

Port St. Joe, Florida 

Aquatic & Marine Biology 



Emily Ann Ware 

St. Petersburg, Florida 
Sociology 

Danielle Ashley Wilson 
DeLand, Florida 
Mathematics 

Sarah Marie Woodworth 
Eustis, Florida 

Rehabilitative Studies 



Emily Grace Yero 
Lake Mary, Florida 
Biology 



BACHELOR OF BUSINESS ADMINISTRATION 



Nicolas Abelenda 
Miami, Florida 

International Business 



Camellia Lucille Arab 
Deltona, Florida 

International Business 



Jaimie Leigh Beem 
Jensen Beach, Florida 
Finance 



Alyssa Megan Abramat 
Glen Burnie, Maryland 

Accounting Information Systems 

Lauren Jennings Acre 
Jacksonville, Florida 
Management 

Robert Charles Agusta 
DeBary, Florida 
Finance 

Alexandra Brook Aldrich 
Celebration, Florida 
Family Business 
Marketing 

Angelyn Alicea 

Winter Springs, Florida 
Marketing 

* Bryan Alvarez 
DeLand, Florida 

Accounting Information Systems 

Sara Lynn Amendolagine 

Port Orange, Florida 

Management 

Jan Can Anguel 
Berlin, Germany 
Finance 



Kathryn Lynn Arblaster 
Winter Springs, Florida 
Management 
Marketing 

Frederick Kelly Augustine 
DeLand, Florida 

General Business Administration 
Management 

Michael Donald Bain 
Nassau, Bahamas 
Finance 

Paige Noelle Barron 
DeLand, Florida 
Accounting 

* Valerie Elisa Beagan 
Port Orange, Florida 
Marketing 

Jennifer Louise Beal 
DeBary, Florida 

General Business Administration 

♦Hilary Ann Bedford 

Wellington, Florida 
Family Business 



Sebastian Wolf Behnke 
Berlin, Germany 

Accounting Information Systems 

Jose David Bermudez 
Kissimmee, Florida 
Finance 
International Business 

Robert Alexander Bittner 
Port Orange, Florida 
Finance 
Marketing 

Abigail Louise Breslin 
Wayland, Massachusetts 
Marketing 

Joseph Ray Brown 

Ponte Vedra Beach, Florida 
Finance 

Madeline Joyce Brown 
Spring, Texas 
Marketing 

Zachary James Brumbaugh 
Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania 
Finance 



Page 10 



* July Candidate 



BACHELOR OF BUSINESS ADMINISTRATION Continued 



Lauren Ashley Bryan 
Valparaiso, Indiana 

International Business 

Julie Annette Bunn 
Orlando, Florida 

General Business Administration 



Cedella Sheena Chinatomby 
Kissimmee, Florida 
Accounting 

Andrea Emily Coggins 
Staten Island, New York 
International Business 



i: Olivier Dupiton-Vielot 

Montreal, Quebec, Canada 
International Business 

Yannin Stevanna Espinosa 
Sanford, Florida 
Finance 



David Wade Burns 
Seminole, Florida 
Finance 



Courtney Leigh Collins 
Concord, New Hampshire 
Finance 



Nicholas Aaron Eure 
Lafayette, Louisiana 
Finance 



Katie Jean Burns 
Englewood, Florida 
Family Business 

Sarah Jane Burns 
Bradenton, Florida 
Management 

Camiel Marten Canters 

Curacao, Netherlands Antilles 
Finance 

Kimberly Ann Canup 
Holly Hill, Florida 

General Business Administration 

* Robert Alexander Carelli 
Deltona, Florida 
Marketing 

*Set Carpintero 

Orlando, Florida 
Accounting 

Kristen Alexandria Cass 

New Smyrna Beach, Florida 

General Business Administration 

George Paul Chandler IV 
Orlando, Florida 
Finance 

Hannah Suzanne Chapman 
Umatilla, Florida 

International Business 

Blaine Alexander Cherry 
Tallahassee, Florida 



Joseph Michael Conklin 
DeBary, Florida 



Jose Steve De Abreu 

Miami, Florida 

Finance 

David Joseph Deaton 
Panama City, Florida 
Management 

* David Pasquale DeRosa 
Middlefield, Connecticut 
Finance 

Melanie Ann Diaz 

Oviedo, Florida 

Management 

Daniel Laurence Dietzen 
Lafayette, Louisiana 
Family Business 
Management 

Bart Michael DiNardo 
Rye, New York 
Family Business 

Daniella Maria DiRoma 
Boynton Beach, Florida 
International Business 

Carolyn Rose Dube 

Franklin, New Hampshire 
Marketing 

Courtney Marie Dunn 
Danvers, Massachusetts 
Finance 



Christopher McCullough Fay 
Old Greenwich, Connecticut 
Finance 

Luis Miguel Fermin 
Orlando, Florida 
Finance 

Rodney Smith Fields III 
Tampa, Florida 
Finance 
Marketing 

Kelly Elizabeth Filer 
Pinecrest, Florida 
Marketing 

Jennifer Patricia Fish 

Marlborough, Connecticut 
Marketing 

Matthew Timothy Fitzgerald 
Weeki Wachee, Florida 

General Business Administration 

Jose Agustin Flores 
Kissimmee, Florida 

General Business Administration 

Michael Albert Fusco III 
Ocean City, New Jersey 
Family Business 

Virginia Valentina Galbarini 
Maldonado, Uruguay 
International Business 

Austin Nicolas Garcia-Cooper 
Sarasota, Florida 
Finance 



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Jufa Candidate 



BACHELOR OF BUSINESS ADMINISTRATION Continued 



* Robert Blake Gilbert 

Tampa, Florida 
Management 

Griffin Tyler Gilstrap 
Safety Harbor, Florida 

General Business Administration 

Michael Kassar Gonzalez 
Colleyville, Texas 

Management Information 
Systems 
Marketing 

Madison Emery Goode 
St. Augustine, Florida 
Management 

Natalie Jenine Gorham 
Miami, Florida 

General Business Administration 

Kathryn Alfonso Hannon 
DeLand, Florida 

General Business Administration 

* Stephanie Marie Hart 

Palm Beach Gardens, Florida 

General Business Administration 

Gregory Ford Hauenstein 
Windermere, Florida 
Management 

Michael Walter Hazeltine 
Nokomis, Florida 
Family Business 

Hali Elizabeth Herbert 
Lehigh Acres, Florida 

General Business Administration 

Jennifer Hernandez 
Lake Mary, Florida 



Erich Anthony Holland 
Louisville, Kentucky 

Accounting Information Systems 
Finance 



Kaley Lynn Hollis 
Lakeland, Florida 
Family Business 

Max Johann Holzbaur 
Bradenton, Florida 
Finance 
International Business 

Denise Marie Hosford 
Winter Garden, Florida 

General Business Administration 

Stacey Renee Hudson 
Ocala, Florida 
Finance 

Justin Matthew Hunter 
Orlando, Florida 
Finance 
Marketing 

Tyler Stefan Johansson 
Naples, Florida 
Finance 

William Tyler Johnson 

Ponte Vedra Beach, Florida 
Accounting 

Frank Kenneth Jonas, Jr. 

Palm Coast, Florida 

Management 

Jennifer Jean Jones 
Maitland, Florida 

General Business Administration 

Ryan Warren Jungk 

Wallingford, Connecticut 
Finance 

Shannon Nicole Keough 
Port Orange, Florida 

Accounting Information Systems 

Elise Marie Ketcham 
Deltona, Florida 

General Business Administration 



Kevin Russel Kittel 
Indialantic, Florida 
Finance 

Elizabeth Anne Lamontagne 
Indian Rocks Beach, Florida 

Accounting Information Systems 

Katherine Anne Lawrence 
Hilliard, Florida 

Accounting Information Systems 

Nicholas Arthur Lecakes 

Vero Beach, Florida 

Management 

Lawrence Samuel Lieberman 
Maitland, Florida 

General Business Administration 

Lauren Danielle Lief 
Wellington, Florida 
Finance 

Mark Christopher Lohuis 
Vero Beach, Florida 



Jessica Robyn Lokeinsky 
Cooper City, Florida 
Economics 
Finance 

Alison Andrea Lucy 
Valrico, Florida 

General Business Administration 

Caleb Nathanael Lukas 
Oviedo, Florida 
Accounting 

Ashley Marie Mannion 
Deltona, Florida 
Accounting 

Arthur Marquez 

Punta Gorda, Florida 
Family Business 

Lindsay Diane Martin 
Palm Coast, Florida 

General Business Administration 



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BACHELOR OF BUSINESS ADMINISTRATION Continued 



Ashley Rose Masiarczyk 
Royal Palm Beach, Florida 
Marketing 



Mikisha Anne Odette 

Parkersburg, West Virginia 
Management 



Grace Ann Powell 
Clermont, Florida 

General Business Administration 



David Edward McAndrew 
Barrington, Rhode Island 
Finance 

Denton Palmer McNamara 
DeLand, Florida 

General Business Administration 

Chad William McVeigh 
DeLand, Florida 
Finance 

Ruth Ann Mendonca 
Orlando, Florida 

General Business Administration 

Kevin Joseph Mierzwinski 
Orlando, Florida 

General Business Administration 

Rohin Elizabeth Mike-Mayer 
Wayland, Massachusetts 
Finance 

Sarah Elizabeth Moore 

Sarasota, Florida 

Marketing 

Gregory David Mullins 
Buford, Georgia 
Finance 

Kevin Munz 
Jupiter, Florida 

General Business Administration 

Selina Mariani Murallo 
Quaker Hill, Connecticut 
Marketing 

Jacqueline Elizabeth Murphy 
Arlington, Massachusetts 
Finance 

Scott Daniel Nelson 
Vero Beach, Florida 
Finance 



Marina Elizabeth O'Shea 
Pembroke, Bermuda 
Family Business 
General Business 
Administration 

Chelsea Nicole Oxendine 
Live Oak, Florida 

General Business Administration 

Charles Knight Page 

Stuart, Florida 

Finance 

Nikunj Sanat Patel 

Daytona Beach, Florida 
Finance 

Christina Marie Patton 
DeLand, Florida 

International Business 

Nicole Terese Peltz 

Huntington Beach, California 
Management 
Marketing 

Ashley Nicole Perryman 
DeLand, Florida 
Management 

Pamela Marlene Peterson 
New Smyrna Beach, Florida 
Finance 

Scott Andrew Peterson 
DeLand, Florida 
Management 

* Emily Katen Pinyot 

Altamonte Springs, Florida 
Management 

Kaitlin Teresa Ponce 
Indialantic, Florida 
Family Business 



Shane Lee Power 
Bradenton, Florida 
Finance 

|: Eric Scott Reinertsen 
DeLand, Florida 

International Business 

Kayla Marie Renfroe 
Oak Hill, Florida 
Accounting 

Sarah Anne Riopelle 

Grand Haven, Michigan 
Management 

Aldo Rodriguez 

Windermere, Florida 

Management Information 
Systems 

Luis Eduardo Rodriguez 
Santo Domingo, 

Dominican Republic 
Management 

Daniel Patrick Ruane 

Venice, Florida 

Marketing 

Anthony Salvatore 

Charleston, South Carolina 
Management 

Ketsia Pascale Samedy 
Deltona, Florida 

Accounting Information Systems 

Eric Matthew Seidel, Jr. 

North Caldwell, New Jersey 
Finance 
Marketing 

Julie Ann Shi 

Kissimmee, Florida 

General Business Administrai ion 



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BACHELOR OF BUSINESS ADMINISTRATION Continued 



*Jaka Skorjanc 

DeLand, Florida 
Finance 



Elizabeth Jane Stewart 
Daytona Beach, Florida 

General Business Administration 



Megan Florence Voeller 
Jensen Beach, Florida 
Management 



Jordan Mark Slingo 

New Smyrna Beach, Florida 
Finance 

Alvin Lester Smith, Jr. 
Cocoa, Florida 
Finance 

Kayley Rebeccah Smothers 
Orlando, Florida 
Finance 

Randy Von Snell 

Webster, Massachusetts 
Finance 

^Jessica Leigh Spear 
Windermere, Florida 
Marketing 

Daniel Edward Stamp 
Bangkok, Thailand 
Finance 

Jason Curtis Stearns III 
Edgecomb, Maine 
Finance 



Jessica Leigh Strathman 
Fort Myers, Florida 
Accounting 
Finance 

James Mark Swick, Jr. 
High Springs, Florida 
Finance 

Hunter Axel Talcott 
Scituate, Massachusetts 
Management 

Kristopher Kyle Thomas 
Lithonia, Georgia 

General Business Administration 

Cheryl Anne Thompson 
Umatilla, Florida 
Management 

Cristin Stockwood Turner 
Falmouth, Maine 
Family Business 
Marketing 

Shamir Christopher Velez 
New York, New York 

General Business Administration 



Tyler Scott Ward 
Tampa, Florida 
Finance 

Mary Pauline Wheeler 

Oviedo, Florida 

Marketing 

Jonathan Jacob Wilczek 
Merritt Island, Florida 
Finance 
International Business 

Brandon Chazwell Williams 
Miami, Florida 
Management 

Sylvia Brooke Wilson 
St. Augustine, Florida 
Finance 

Rebecca Marie Wong 
Kingston, Jamaica 
Marketing 



s Caitlin Jessica Adams 
Fort Pierce, Florida 

Orchestral Instrument 



BACHELOR OF MUSIC 

Jesse Harper Christeson 
Daytona Beach, Florida 
Orchestral Instrument 
Outside Field - Philosophy 



Evan Jason Cano 

New Port Richey, Florida 
Orchestral Instrument 
Outside Field - Education 

Jeffrey Ryne Cherry 
Niceville, Florida 
Voice 



Ashlee Suzanne Culp 
Cocoa, Florida 

Outside Field - Business 

Brian Dwayne Dunbar 
St. Augustine, Florida 
Orchestral Instrument 



Stephen Michael Garza 
Jacksonville, Florida 
Music Technology 

Marissa Nicole Green 
Orlando, Florida 

Outside Field - Business 

Mark Daniel Hakes 

Apple Valley, Minnesota 
Outside Field - German 



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BACHELOR OF MUSIC Continued 



Diana Christine Hunter 
St. Petersburg, Florida 

Outside Field - Humanities 



Christina Donna Parson 
Falls Church, Virginia 
Outside Field - Business 



*Joanna Ruth Storm 
DeLand, Florida 

Outside Field - Psychology 



Joseph Agustin Maury 
Land O'Lakes, Florida 
Outside Field - Business 



Robert Shane Paul 
Arcadia, Florida 

Orchestral Instrument 



Sara Marie Sunderland 
Daytona Beach, Florida 
Outside Field - Business 



N John Wade Meyers 
Sorrento, Florida 
Piano 



Christine Ella Reinard 
Copake, New York 
Voice 



Megan Elizabeth Thompson 
Ocala, Florida 

Outside Field - Psychology 



Kosumo Morishita 
Miyazaki, Japan 
Piano 



Angelo Emmanuel Sanchez 
San Juan, Puerto Rico 

Outside Field - Religious Studies 



Elizabeth Clare Walch 
St. Petersburg, Florida 
Organ 



*Kristine Anita Musgrove 
Inwood, West Virginia 
Outside Field - Education 



Hwan-Min "David" Song 
Jeon-Ju, South Korea 
Orchestral Instrument 



Robert Charles Weber III 
Palm City, Florida 

Outside Field - Business 



Allison Elizabeth Nance 
Ormond Beach, Florida 
Outside Field - Psychology 



Audra Leigh Stanfley 
Orlando, Florida 
Voice 



Angel Lyn Zupancic 

Ormond Beach, Florida 
Voice 



Robert Andrew Pace 
St. Petersburg, Florida 
Piano 



Melissa Elizabeth Stokes 
Apopka, Florida 

Outside Field - Education 



BACHELOR OF MUSIC EDUCATION 



William Christopher Bowman 
Deltona, Florida 

Instrumental/General 



Keelyn Oxley Hermansdorfer 
Indialantic, Florida 
Instrumental/General 



* Chance Patrick McElveen 
Fort Lauderdale, Florida 
Instrumental/General 



Thomas Matthew Combs 
Deltona, Florida 

Instrumental/General 



Meagan Marie Virginia Hieronymus 
Lakeland, Florida 

Instrumental/General 



Nelson Dion Moore 
Panama City, Florida 
Vocal/General 



Nathan David Drawdy 
Plant City, Florida 
Vocal/General 



Sandra Autumn Hill 
Oakland Park, Florida 
Instrumental/General 



Peter George Haynicz 
Lakeland, Florida 

Instrumental/General 



Laura Katherine Long 
Flagler Beach, Florida 
Vocal/General 



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STETSON UNIVERSITY 

Stetson University and the city of DeLand have grown hand in hand over the 
years. Founded in 1883 by New York businessman Henry A. DeLand, the 
university was named for John B. Stetson, the hat manufacturer and 
philanthropist who gave generously to the school. The first five buildings on 
campus were built between 1884 and 1908. Florida's first College of Law was 
founded at Stetson in 1900. In 1954, it relocated to a 12-acre campus in 
Gulfport/St. Petersburg on the west side of the state. 

In 1958, the DeLand campus had grown from 33 to 80 acres, and campus 
buildings more than doubled. After World War II, enrollment soared and, in 
1962, Stetson became the first private college in Florida to integrate its student 
body. The duPont-Ball Library was added in 1964 and the Edmunds Center in 
1974- The university then acquired additional property and began renovations of 
its older buildings. 

As the university approached the 21st century, a new addition was added to the 
duPont-Ball Library. New facilities included Hollis Center and Rinker Field 
House, Wilson Athletic Center, the Mandy Stoll Tennis Center, Patricia Wilson 
Field softball complex and six new student residence halls. In partnership with 
the city of DeLand, Melching Field at Conrad Park was built as the new home of 
Hatter baseball. In 2003, the Lynn Business Center became the first certified 
"green" building in Florida. A new Science Center, the Mary B. McMahan Hall 
for music, the Homer and Dolly Hand Art Center and the Rinker Environmental 
Learning Center are recent additions to campus, which now spans 1 75 acres. 

State-of-the-art classrooms, library facilities and courtrooms have been added at 
the College of Law, including the Eleazer Courtroom, a national model for 
providing courtroom access to the elderly or disabled. The Center at Celebration, 
near Orlando, opened in 2001, and the Tampa Law Center opened in 2004 in a 
building that also houses the Tampa branch of Florida's 2nd District Court of 
Appeal. 

The univetsity has been independent since it was founded, but had a historical 
relationship with the Baptist denomination. That relationship was dissolved in 
the early 1990s, but the university affirms the importance of spiritual life and the 
pursuit of truth. 

Education is provided in a creative community at the intersection where learning 
and values meet - encouraging the qualities of mind and heart that prepare 
students to reach their full potential as informed citizens and stewards of their 
communities and the world. Stetson's collaborative teaching and learning 
approaches stimulate critical thinking, imaginative inquiry, creative expression 
and lively intellectual debate, and provide the foundation for rewarding careers 
and advanced study in selective graduate and professional programs around the 
country and the world. 

By bringing together excellence in education, a commitment to core values and a 
dedication to stewardship, the university encourages its members to demonstrate 
personal integrity; develop an appreciation for the spiritual dimension of life; 
embrace leadership in an increasingly complex, interdependent, and 
technological world; and commit to active forms of social responsibility. 

With 243 faculty serving 3,594 students, Stetson truly is now one university from 
coast to coast in Florida. From the College of Arts & Sciences, the School of 
Business Administration and the School of Music in DeLand to the Stetson 
University Center at Celebration, the Tampa Law Center and the College of Law 
in Gulfport, Stetson is poised to address the challenges of private higher 
education in Florida, the nation and the world. 



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THE PRESIDENTIAL MEDALLION 

The President's Medallion, worn at all official academic occasions, was first 
used by Stetson's sixth president, John E. Johns. The medallion, cast in silver, 
is the university seal embraced by a wreath of laurel. 

ACADEMIC REGALIA 

The traditional pageantry of an academic procession is one of the impressive 
spectacles of our time. The array of handsome gowns and vividly colored hoods 
worn by the faculty and administration are the symbols of scholarly 
attainment. 



FACULTY COLORS 

Arts, Letters, Humanities White 

Business, Accountancy Drab 

Economics Copper 

Education Light Blue 

Fine Arts Brown 

Journalism Crimson 

Law Purple 

Library Science Lemon 

Music Pink 

Oratory (Speech) Silver Gray 

Philosophy Dark Blue 

Physical Education Sage Green 

Public Administration Peacock Blue 

Science Golden Yellow 

Social Science Cream 

Social Work Citron 

Theology Scarlet 

THE UNIVERSITY SEAL 

The circular seal of Stetson University was first adopted between 1889 and 
1891, around the time the name of the institution changed from DeLand 
College to John B. Stetson University. It first appeared on a university catalog 
in 1891. The drawing was by an artist- in-residence and approved by President 
Forbes, Henry DeLand and John B. Stetson, as well as by the Board of Trustees. 
The Latin motto, "Pro Deo et Veritate," is translated "For God and Truth." 
The Lamp, signifying the Light of Truth, rests on the Book of Wisdom. 

MACE 

Maces were originally war instruments, but from the 13th century have been 
carried by the sergeant-at-arms of educational entities. The mace symbolizes 
the dignity and authority of the president and the Board of Trustees. 

The Stetson mace, designed by Episcopalian Canon Edward Nason West 
of the Cathedral Church of St. John the Divine, New York, was presented to 
President J. Ollie Edmunds in 1956. 



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GONFALONS 

Gonfalons are thought to have otiginated in Western Europe during the Middle 
Ages, when such banners displayed the personal coat of arms of a nobleman and 
were used as war flags hung from a horizontal bar and carried on a staff or 
suspended from a knight's lance. As early as the 12th century, they were 
commonly used at state and religious ceremonies. Such pageantry finds a place 
today in the academic ceremonies of many colleges and universities. 

Prominently featuring the university seal and the name of the respective college 
or school, the gonfalons are richly hued in Stetson's colors of green and white, 
accented by a luminous gold. The stately Elizabeth Hall cupola graces each 
gonfalon as a symbol of our heritage. 

The bearers are outstanding members of the student body who have been 
selected by their respective dean for this honor. 

THE FLAG 

The university flag, designed by an alumna in 1976, features Stetson's official 
seal in the center, surrounded by the university's colors of green and white. 

HONOR CORDS/PINS 

Students who have earned a cumulative grade point average of at least 3.5 on a 
four point scale are presented with university honor cords of green and white. 
Students who are wearing other honor cords or pins have distinguished 
themselves with high academic excellence in their discipline, as designated 
below. 

Phi Beta Kappa 

Arts 6k Sciences Pin 

Alpha Delta Kappa 

Sociology Turquoise 

Beta Beta Beta 

Biology Red and Green 

Beta Gamma Sigma 

Business Royal Blue and Gold 

Kappa Delta Pi 

Education Purple and Green 

Lambda Pi Eta 

Communication Studies Red, White and Gold 

Omicron Delta Kappa 

Leadership White, Black and Blue 

Phi Alpha Theta 

History Madonna Red and Blue 

Pi Kappa Lambda 

Music Gold and White 

Pi Sigma Alpha 

Political Science Red, White and Black 

Psi Chi 

Psychology Royal Blue and Gold 

Sigma Pi Sigma 

Physics Gold 

Theta Alpha Kappa 

Religious Studies Scarlet 



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GRADUATION HONORS 
SUMMA CUM LAUDE 



Sebastian Wolf Behnke 
Kristen Alexandria Cass 
Hannah Suzanne Chapman 
Madison Emery Goode 
Kathryn Alfonso Hannon 
Peter George Haynicz 
Sarah Nicole Holland 
Stacey Renee Hudson 



Kiryssa Marie Kasprzyk 
Laura [Catherine Long 
Kosumo Morishita 
Robert Andrew Pace 
Daniella Maria Palmiotto 
Naomi Chaya Pernicone 
Jason Allan Rickner 
Emily Renee Sawyer 



Jordan Mark Slingo 
Katherine Lee Smith 
Elizabeth Clare Walch 
Zachary Steven Whiting 
Sylvia Brooke Wilson 
Sarah Marie Woodworth 



MAGNA CUM LAUDE 



Florencia Abelenda 
Arthur Agdeppa 
Jan Can Anguel 
Jennifer Louise Beal 
Jaimie Leigh Beem 
Ellen Betances 
Julie Annette Bunn 
John Parker Chapman 
Jesse Harper Christeson 
Jessica Lynn Clark 
Thomas Matthew Combs 
Ashley Elizabeth Davies 
Amanda Michelle Desormeaux 
Alvin Tracey deTorres 
Ashley Elizabeth Feldman 
Anastasia Nicole Finch 



Emily Kathryn Funk 
John Daniel Hales III 
Jessica Michelle Hodal 
Tung Thanh Huynh 
Ryan Warren Jungk 
Elizabeth Anne Lamontagne 
Adam Robert Langston 
Jessica Robyn Lokeinsky 
Caleb Nathanael Lukas 
Chad William McVeigh 
Colleen Anne Mulholland 
Gregory David Mullins 
Ryan Lee Napier 
Katrina Niccole Orta 
Katherine Grace Pagano 
Christina Donna Parson 



Robert Shane Paul 
Jessica Michelle Pauszek 
Pamela Marlene Peterson 
Amanda Joy Price 
Christine Ella Reinard 
Stephanie Rose Scobell 
Sarah Elizabeth Sears 
Margaret Louise Sheridan 
Taylor Ann Sinclair 
Randy Von Snell 
Hwan-Min David Song 
Megan Elizabeth Thompson 
Evan Wyatt Walker 
Natalie Gail Wearstler 



CUM LAUDE 



Alyssa Megan Abramat 
Alexandra Brook Aldrich 
Angelyn Alicea 
Camellia Lucille Arab 
Vilmarie Baez 
Alicia Marie Bainter 
Eralda Ballolli 
Andrea Mary Belanger 
Angela Leigh Benyon 
Laura Alexandria Boyd 
Sarah Jane Burns 
Meghna Kaur Chadda 
Matthew Donald Clayman 
Kelsey Elizabeth Clews 
Courtney Leigh Collins 
Cassandra Smith Corbyons 
Meghon Ruth Crossley 
Lauren Hailey Darnell 
Matthew Timothy Fitzgerald 
Rebecca Joan Hallum 



Sandra Autumn Hill 
Timothy Alton Holifield 
Erich Anthony Holland 
Max Johann Holzbaur 
Christopher Anthony Indelicato 
Danielle Rae Jackson 
Melissa Courtney Kaika 
Melissa Ann Kearney 
Katelyn Marie Keller 
Elise Marie Ketcham 
Katherine Anne Lawrence 
Sarah Beth Lesmeister 
Lauren Danielle Lief 
Laura Elizabeth Loveday 
Mark Douglas Lowry 
Alison Sara Briggs Milardo 
Holly Nicole Myers 
Charles Knight Page 
Robin Marie Pawlowski 
Jessie Perry 



Ashley Nicole Perry man 
Michael Roy Quackenbush 
Natasha Dionne Ramos 
Angelo Emmanuel Sanchez 
Erica Marie Saviuk 
Caitlin Marie Shea 
Julie Ann Shi 
Audra Leigh Stanfley 
Elizabeth Jane Stewart 
Joshua Colin Stutte 
Sara Marie Sunderland 
Hunter Axel Talcott 
Kelly Anne Timmins 
Edina Rebecca Toth 
Sarah June Tracey 
Kara Jayne Vander Heyden 
Megan Florence Voeller 
Tyler Scott Ward 
Faron Jason White 
Joanna Leigh Yeakel 



P\>;[ 1° 



HONORS RECOGNITIONS 

Stetson University applauds all May 2010 graduates who have achieved high 
honors in completing their degrees, and especially the following students who 
are members of the university's most prestigious academic honoraries and 
programs. 



PHI BETA KAPPA 

Stetson was the first private university in Florida to be honored with a chapter 
of Phi Beta Kappa, the nation's oldest honorary society. Since 1776, Phi Beta 
Kappa has promoted "high scholarship, liberal culture, and good character" 
among undergraduates. Election to Phi Beta Kappa is Stetson's highest 
recognition of excellence in the study of the liberal arts and sciences. 



Hannah Chapman 
John Parker Chapman 
Amanda Desormeaux 
Ashley Feldman 
Anastasia Finch 
Emily Funk 
Jessica Hodal 
Tung Huynh 
Kiryssa Kasprzyk 



Adam Langston 
Colleen Mulholland 
Ryan Napier 
Daniella Palmiotto 
Jessica Pauszek 
Naomi Pernicone 
Amanda Price 
Jason Rickner 
Emily Sawyer 



Sarah Sears 
Margaret Sheridan 
Katherine Smith 
Evan Walker 
Natalie Wearstler 
Zachary Whiting 
Sarah Woodworth 
Bimini Wright 



BETA GAMMA SIGMA 

Beta Gamma Sigma is the international honor society providing the highest 
academic recognition available for an undergraduate or graduate business 
student. Beta Gamma Sigma recognizes outstanding academic achievements of 
students enrolled in collegiate business and management programs accredited 
by AACSB International. To be eligible for membership, an undergraduate 
student must rank in the upper 7 percent of the junior class, or the upper 10 
percent of the senior class. Graduates must be in the upper 20 percent of their 
class. 



Alexandra Aldrich 
Jan Anguel 
Jennifer Beal 
Sebastian Behnke 
Kristen Cass 
Hannah Chapman 
Courtney Collins 



Madison Goode 
Kathryn Hannon 
Stacey Hudson 
Ryan Jungk 
Jessica Lokeinsky 
Caleb Lukas 
Chad McVeigh 



Gregory Mullins 
Pamela Peterson 
Emily Pinyot 
Jordan Slingo 
Randy Snell 
Hunter Talcott 
Sylvia Brooke Wilson 



PI KAPPA LAMBDA 

Pi Kappa Lambda is a national music honor society which recognizes those 
junior and senior students who have demonstrated superior achievement in 
their programs of study. Seniors in the upper 20 percent of the class and juniors 
in the upper 10 percent of the class are eligible for membership. 



Jesse Christeson 
Peter Haynicz 
Laura Long 



Kosumo Morishita 
Robert Pace 
Shane Paul 



Christine Reinard 
Elizabeth Walch 



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HONORS PROGRAM 

Founded in 1956, Stetson University's Honors Program is the oldest in the 
Southeast and one of the oldest in the nation. Its mission is to provide 
"enriched and intellectually stimulating learning experiences for inquisitive 
and motivated students." University Honors Program graduates must complete 
a rigorous sequence of courses in general education, fulfill all requirements for a 
major (and often a second major or minor), write a personal credo, pass a 
comprehensive oral examination and maintain a minimum overall grade point 
average of 3.0. The Honors Program has a long tradition of providing leaders to 
student government, campus media and service organizations. 

Paul Atkinson IV Kiryssa Kasprzyk Jason Rickner 

Hannah Chapman Elizabeth Lamontagne Katherine Smith 

Emily Funk Ryan Napier Sarah Woodworth 

Gregory Hauenstein Amanda Price Bimini Wright 



U.S. ARMY ROTC COMMISSIONER 

STUDENT COMMISSIONED ON MAY 6, 2010 

2LT Matthew Solomon 



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GRADUATION PLEDGE 

Initiated by the Class of 2002 and the Student Government Association 
Stetson University 



This voluntary commitment is part of a national movement in which college 
graduates sign a pledge to "lead responsible lives." Seniors who have signed the 
Stetson University pledge wear green and gold ribbons at Commencement to 
indicate their intention to live thoughtfully and responsibly, drawing on values 
they have developed here as they move forward in life and work: 

I acknowledge the impact of my decisions on others, on society, and on the 
environment. As I graduate from Stetson University and begin advanced 
study or my life's work, I pledge to consider the social, spiritual, and 
environmental consequences of my actions. As I make daily choices, I will 
do my best to enhance the lives of others, to deepen my understanding of the 
spiritual dimension of human life, and to demonstrate respect for the natural 
world. 



THE CLASS OF 2010 

The Class of 2010 includes undergraduate students from Australia, Bahamas, 
Bermuda, Canada, Dominican Republic, England, Germany, Jamaica, Japan, 
Netherlands Antilles, Puerto Rico, South Korea, Thailand, United Kingdom, 
Uruguay, Vietnam and the Virgin Islands. Twenty-eight states are represented, 
including Alabama, Arizona, California, Colorado, Connecticut, Florida, 
Georgia, Illinois, Indiana, Iowa, Kentucky, Louisiana, Maine, Maryland, 
Massachusetts, Michigan, Minnesota, Mississippi, New Hampshire, New Jersey, 
New York, Pennsylvania, Rhode Island, South Carolina, Texas, Virginia, 
Washington, DC and West Virginia. 

Stetson University graduates continue to achieve great success in spite of the 
recent economic downturn. Members of the Class of 2010 are enrolled in 
graduate programs worldwide and several have been awarded prestigious 
fellowships in pursuit of their academic studies. Other graduates have secured 
employment with top-ranked companies, the U.S. Military and non-profit 
organizations. 

As a Stetson University alumnus, the University Career Services office is 
available to you. For questions and resources contact a staff member at 
386-822-7315 or visit the Web site at www.stetson.edu/careerservices. 
University Career Services staff wish you continued success in your future 
endeavors. 



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CONGRATULATIONS 

AND BEST WISHES 

FROM THE 

STETSON UNIVERSITY 

ALUMNI ASSOCIATION 



The Stetson University Alumni Association salutes the Class of 2010 and 
welcomes you to the group of more than 26,000 men and women who are 
valued as honored graduates. Membership in the Alumni Association is free 
and as a new Stetson alumnus/a, you are invited to participate with the Alumni 
Association to ease your transition from Stetson student to Stetson graduate. 
You represent the most important asset of Stetson University, and the 
university is eager to stay connected with you and to strengthen the 
relationship created between you, your friends and your alma mater. 

Stetson University's young alumni programs provide social and networking 
events for alumni who have graduated in the last 10 years. The Alumni 
Association also offers a variety of annual events, including regional receptions 
across the country, Homecoming each spring in DeLand and alumni travel 
programs to numerous locations. 

Additional alumni benefits include the following: an online community, 
Hatternet, that provides search capabilities for e-mail and career networking 
information; e-mail for life; access to a Stetson MasterCard; a travel discount 
card; an opportunity to purchase an official Alumni Association class ring; an 
array of university publications and the opportunity to purchase an alumni I.D. 
card which allows for use of the Hollis Center and the duPont-Ball Library. You 
may also actively participate in the Alumni Association by getting involved as 
an alumni volunteer — assisting with alumni events, student recruitment and 
career networking — and supporting the university with an annual gift. 

The most efficient way to get the latest news about Stetson University alumni 
events, services and programs is to visit the Alumni Association's Web site at 
www.stetson.edu/alumni. To update your contact information, use the Alumni 
Update Form located on the Hatternet site. By keeping your e-mail address 
current, you will receive the latest news from the Alumni Association through 
our electronic alumni newsletter, H@tmail. 

Today, we celebrate with you as graduates of Stetson University. As you take 
your place in a global society as an engaged citizen, the extended Stetson family 
welcomes you into their world. But remember that the Stetson family in 
DeLand will always welcome you back home. You can stay in touch by visiting 
our Web site at www.stetson.edu/alumni, e-mailing us at alumni@stetson.edu, 
or calling (386) 822-7480 or toll free at (800) 688-4287. Again, 
congratulations on your achievements, and best wishes for a great life! 



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STETSON 

DeLand • Gulfport • Tampa • Celebration